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Vol. 60, No. 45

Council To Consider
Constitution, Autonomy

Bv FRED MCNEESE
Alligator Staff Writer
A revised student government
constitution, will be introduced
after months of delay at tonights
Legislative Council meeting.
Also scheduled is introduction
of the controversial bill provid providing
ing providing for temporary autonomy for
student publications. Greg John Johnson,
son, Johnson, United Party leader, de declared
clared declared Monday that the bill would
pass by a large majority.

Survey Claims
Campus Needs
Traffic Reroute

By CAROL SANGER
Alligator Staff Writer
New traffic arteries and the
re-routing of campus traffic are
suggestions in the recently com completed
pleted completed traffic survey taken on
the UF campus by Ramp Con Consulting
sulting Consulting Services, Inc. of New
York.
Three garage complexes ac accomodating
comodating accomodating approximately 3800
cars are under study for the
J. Hillis Miller Health Center
area. The largest garage is
planned immediately north of the
Health Center. It will hold 2500
vehicles.
Two other garages to the west
and east of the center will ac accomodate
comodate accomodate 670 cars each.
Thomas Wells, assistant busi business
ness business manager of the university,
said the new system would pro probably
bably probably Cost students and faculty
members from $45-S9O per year
for use of a garage.
A great deal of the survey
deals with traffic circulation on
the entire campus, said W'il W'illiam

Education College Suffers Acute Deficits

By RITCHIE TIDWELL
Alligator Copy Editor
(Editors Note: This is the second in a series on
UFs budget problems.)
The College of Education is suffering.
Suffering from money shortage, faculty shortage, and
a tremendous lack of space.
The space factor is so bad that the college is renting
the fourth floor of Lakeshore Towers (apartment build building)
ing) building) to conduct research. The money to rent the space
comes from sponsored research funds.
Sixty-two additional positions were requested for the
college by the UF Budget Committee, and 16 were allo allocated
cated allocated in the 1967-68 budget.
Dr. Kimball Wiles, dean of the college, said that
the college operated with 35 positions less than earned
under the production formula in 1966-67, and is over
50 positions short in 1967-68.
Staff to supervise additional interns is not available.
Sixty-two persons are on the waiting list for intern internship
ship internship in 1967-68. Their graduation and certification as

The
Florida Alligator

.Student Body President
Charles Shephern said Monday
that a vote on the constitution
would probably be delayed until
next week. He added that indivi individual
dual individual members of the council
needed time to study the sweep sweeping
ing sweeping changes involved in the new
constitution.
Shepherd commented that the
more far-reaching changes in involved
volved involved the judiciary branch of
student government.
If the new constitution isadop-

liam W'illiam C. Grobe, architect to the
provost at the Health Center.
Some changes include re-rout re-routing
ing re-routing of traffic, the construction
of new roads to alleviate traf traffic
fic traffic congestion, and the closing
of several roads through the
campus currently in use.
The report gives preference
to the pedestrian, Grobe said.
Some of the old roads will be
converted to walkways.
Grobe said the survey strong strongly
ly strongly confirms the proposals his
office had made to the univer university
sity university earlier, except in num numbers.'
bers.' numbers.' Ramps findings are more
conservative in the total vehi vehicles
cles vehicles to be accomodated.
Under the new proposal, driv drivers
ers drivers will have to know' where
they are going and how to get
there, Grobe stated. The new'
system would be more com complex
plex complex than the current traf traffic
fic traffic routes.
Grobe said the survey was de designed
signed designed to test the universitys
reaction. I would say it was
favorable. Grobe said.

THE SOUTHEASTS LEADING COLLEGE DAILY

University of Florida, Gainesville

teachers must be delayed.
All elementary internship spaces for 1968-69 (fall
and winter quarters) are filled. Wiles said there are
still some openings in the winter quarter.
Wiles said that internship positions are being re restricted
stricted restricted to counties near Gainesville because of lack
of funds to supervise interns located farther away.
Some students are transferring to Florida Atlantic
to get their internship and I cant really blame them,
Wiles said.
UFS BUDGET
__ CRISIS
However, Wiles declared that the internship program
was one area which was not decreasing in quality.
He added that the College was holding its one to twenty
teacher-student ratio. These teachers are called super supervisors
visors supervisors of these interns.
The other shortage, the crux of the other two, is
money.
Wiles said that the College received approximately

/
ted, the clerk of the Honor Court
will no longer be an elective
position, but the Chief Justice
of the Traffic Court will change
from an appointive to an elec elective
tive elective position.
The constitution also lists of offenses
fenses offenses against students who may
be punished by honor court pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings.
The legislative council will
discuss three alternatives con concerning
cerning concerning open court sessions:
1) It will decide if the court
should continue to operate in its
present form--closed trials but
publications of names of the guil guilty,
ty, guilty,
2) if it should have absolute
secrecy, or
3) if it should legalize public
trials but publish only the names
of the guilty.
The constitution which will be
presented tonight is the second
attempt to revise the present
antiquated constitution. A re revised
vised revised constitution drawn up by
a Shepherd hand-picked commit committee
tee committee was pigeon-holed during the
summer trimester.
The present revision, drawn
up by members of both parties
is generally considered to have
a better chance of passing.
Shepherd, discussing the re recent
cent recent revision, said the veto pow powers
ers powers of the president are better
defined and that the president is
given concurrent pow'er with the
treasurer over student govern government
ment government funds.
The legislative council will
also be increased to 80 seats
with an attempt at equal appor apportionment,
tionment, apportionment, Shepherd commented.
Greg Johnson said that he had
a coalition of both First and
United party members which
would pass the autonomy bill.
The bill provides for financial
autonomy only through the sum summer
mer summer of 1968. Johnson said last
week that the temporary bill
would give the council time to
work on a permanent autonomy
bill.

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scenes like this one last week as workmen
decorate Gainesville with colorful lights.
IFSU To Hear Jones
UFs controversial Dr. Marshall .Jones will speak tonight at
Florida State University, if FSU's administration will let him.
Jones, according to the Florida Flambeau, was invited to speak
t*y FSUs Student Government. He is scheduled to lecture at 7:30
in Moore Auditorium.

$805,000 less than the recommended budget by the
university budget committee. This, of course, includes
the state contribution only.
Roughly $1,000,000 is allocated each year by the
federal government in training grants and for research.
Wiles pointed out that the expense budget recommend recommended
ed recommended for fiscal 1907-68 by the Budget Committee, in including
cluding including expenses and operating capital outlay,
was $190,000.
The expense budget for fiscal 1966-67 was $55,000
for expenses and SIB,OOO for operating capital outlay
or a total of $73,000.
Instead of an increase, the operating capital outlay
was cut completely and the new budget is $55,000.
Wiles was quite frank about the budget situation as
a whole.
It is a question of whether this state wants a
quality university/ Wiles said. Either there has to
be more staff or a cut in the number of students ac accepted.
cepted. accepted.
We will expand the number of teachers this state
needs so long as money, space, and staff are provided,
the dean said.

Tuesday November 28, 1967

Inside
S'Gs Ratskeller
Finds A Home
See Page Two



, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 28, 1967

Page 2

Bulletin News
State, National, International News
McNamara To Resign?
WASHINGTON (UPI) The White House said Monday it had no
information on reports spreading through official circles that Defense
Secretary Robert S. McNamara was resigning.
One unconfirmed report circulating in Washington and London said
McNamara was leaving the cabinet shortly to become president of
the World Bank, organized by 107 nations, including the United
States, to make development loans to poor countries.
Asked specifically about this report, White House press secre secretary
tary secretary George Christian said, I don't have any information on it.
The Pentagons reply to inquiries was no comment.
Turkey Seeks Peace
ANKARA, Turkey (UPI) -- The Turkish cabinet met in emergency
session Monday night amid optimistic predictions it would decide
on peace instead of war over Cyprus.
The cabinet met to discuss the Greek reply to Turkish demands
that the Athens government remove its troops and make other con concessions
cessions concessions over Cyprus.
U.S. presidential envoy Cyrus Vance brought the reply from Athens
after long discussions with Greek officials.
Student To Protest
Dow Co. Recruiting

Campus leftist Joel Starkey,
4BA, has announced via a let letter
ter letter to the Alligator that he will
try to prevent the Dow Chemi Chemical
cal Chemical Company and Central Intel Intelligence
ligence Intelligence Agency from coming to
the UF campus to recruit em employees.
ployees. employees.
I would like to propose to
members of the faculty senate
that ... the CIA and war waroriented
oriented waroriented corporations, such as
Dow Chemical Corp, be denied
use of the UF for the purpose
of propagandizing, recruitment,
and so-called defense acti activities,
vities, activities, he said.
Vice-President of Student Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester Hale was unavail unavailable
able unavailable for comment Monday. Star Starkey

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key Starkey also could not be reachec.
Dow representatives have been
coming to campus once or twice
a year for 20 years; CIA re recruiters
cruiters recruiters have been coming for
about ten years.
The controversy stems from
a product, napalm, which is man manufactured
ufactured manufactured by Dow. Napalm is an
explosive used in bombing in
Vietnam. Dow also manufactures
medicines.
Protest demonstrations have
flared up at the University of
California at Berkeley, the Uni University
versity University of Wisconsin, and Har Harvard.
vard. Harvard.
Starkeys letter is on page
seven of todays Alligator.

SGs Ratskeller Plan
Soon To Be Reality

By KEN DRIGGS
Alligator Staff Writer
A Ratskeller promised for UF
students in elections last year
is well on its way to becoming
a reality.
Joe Hilliard, SG Secretary of
the interior, said Monday that the
problem of location has apparent apparently
ly apparently been overcome with the selec selection
tion selection of an addition to the Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Cafeteria for the site.
The food service people made
the selection, and weve approved
it, Hilliard said. It will fit
nicely into our plans.
He described the room as
large, without windows, and ideal
for conversion to the intended
theme of the Ratskeller, that of
an English pub. He added that

Citizens To Discuss
OpenHousingPolicy

Public Housing -- Sociolog Sociological
ical Sociological Aspects will be discussed
in an open meeting Tuesday at
8 p.m. under the auspices of the
Citizens Housing Association of
Gainesville, at 12 NE Ist Ave.
Panel members include Dr.
Sidney Jourard, psychologist; Dr.
William Carter, anthropologist;
Miss Ruth Stewart, Public Health
Nursing specialist; and Rev. L.A.
Tillman, member of the Human
Relations Advisory Board of the
Gainesville City Commission.

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furniture was already ordered
and that the Florida Players
would again be consulted for
advice on interior decoration.
Plans to present a cold cuts
arid sandwich menu are under
way by the food service while
plans to serve wine and beer to
students over 21 are still un uncertain,
certain, uncertain, Hilliard said.
A student affairs sub-com sub-committee
mittee sub-committee recently reported the need
for a place like this on campus
where students could be served
beer and wine, Hilliard said.
A recent amendment to the stu student
dent student conduct code could open
the way to such a move depend depending
ing depending on administration interpreta interpretation
tion interpretation of the wording.
Entertainment has received
consideration. We intend to

Moderator for the discussion
will be Dr. E.A. Cosby, member
of the Gainesville Housing
Authority.

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bring a variety of entertainers
in and book them through an as association
sociation association of college Ratskeller
committees which we wish to
join.
Hilliard said that entertain entertainment
ment entertainment would steer away from the
standard coffee house type (folk
and popular) and would probably
be leaning towards the soul
sound.
Hilliard estimated the opening
date to be sometime in the win winter
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Successor Appointed
For David Welch

James Robert Hughes, assis assistant
tant assistant attorney general of the Honor
Court, has been appointed by Stu Student
dent Student Body President Charles
Shepherd to succeed graduating
David Welch as Honor Court
chancellor, until the spring elec elections.
tions. elections.
Shepherd's appointment is ten tentative,
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ority majority of the 17 Honor Court jus justices.
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fective effective Dec. 17.
As provided in the student
constitution, replacements for an
elected official are by presiden presidential
tial presidential appointment, subject to ap approval
proval approval by a third party.
Besides Hughes, Welch nomi nominated
nated nominated Jim Crabtree, 4LW and a
former assistant attorney gen general,
eral, general, for the job.

Hes Got Double-Trouble

NEW YORK (UPI) Louis
Szarek was peacefully asleep
when the trouble started. Before
it was over he had been robbed,
arrested for indecent exposure
and almost stripped naked.
The 55-year-old victim of cir circumstance
cumstance circumstance was in bed when a
woman armed with a kitchen knife
broke into his boarding house
room Saturday night and took his
wallet from his trousers, hang hanging
ing hanging over a chair.
Szarek, who had been sleeping
in his underwear, awakened,
leaped out of bed and demanded
his wallet. He told police the
woman threatened him with the
knife and then fled.
The woman, later identified as
37-year-old Evelyn James, ran
out of the building into the street
with Szarek, still in his under underwear,
wear, underwear, in pursuit.
The womans flight was ham hampered
pered hampered by the fact that -for un undetermined
determined undetermined reasons she was
wearing six dresses.
Patrolman Brian Maher, a 25-
year-old member of the new
plainclothes antimugging squad,
stopped the overdressed fugitive
and her underdressed pursuer
and took them both to the station stationhouse.
house. stationhouse.
After the situation had been
explained, the alleged burglar
was booked on charges of grand
larceny, assault and weapons vio violations.
lations. violations.
The indecent exposure charge
against Szarek was dropped, and
Maher drove him home to get
some clothes.
Szarek had not brought along
his keys in the headlong chase,
so he had to ring the bell when

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he got back to the boarding house.
While he was waiting for some someone
one someone to respond eight passing
youths who were amused by the
sight of Szarek in his skivvies
tried to strip him.
When Maher intervened, iden identifying
tifying identifying himself as a police of officer,
ficer, officer, the youths turned on him,

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scratching his face and inflict inflicting
ing inflicting other minor injuries.
Radio Patrolman James Leddy
happened on the scene and helped!
Maher break up the gang. One
youth was arrested.
For Szarek, there was a happy
ending. The police recovered his
wallet with the $8 intact.

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, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 28, 1967

Carol Concert
Set Tonight
UFs Men and Womens Glee
Clubs and the University Choir
will present a Christmas choral
concert tonight at 8:15 in the
University Auditorium.
The concert will include
selections by Bach, Bruckner and
Manz. Two spirituals, with guitar
accompaniment, will be featured
by the Womens Glee Club.
The concert will conclude with
the groups combining to sing
Christmas carols from countries
around the world.
The concert is open to the pub public
lic public and admission is free.
i'
Accent Essays
Review War
War in Vietnam and civil rights
have been mentioned almost with without
out without exception in every essay
submitted to the ACCENT 6B
Essay Contest, according to con contest
test contest chairman Richard Smith,
4AS. The contest closed last
Friday.
Since the essay -topic was
ACCENTS theme Politics:
Impact on Youth naturally
some of the essays also dealt
with politics and education here
at the university, Smith said.
There was a slight increase
over last year in response to
the contest. Smith attributed it
to the success of last springs
ACCENT program which drew
Richard Nixon, James Farmer
and William Rusher to the UF
campus.
Essays vying for the six prizes
totaling SIOO were first screen screened
ed screened by CEH instructors and grad graduate
uate graduate students. The finalist entries
will be judged by University Col Colleges
leges Colleges Dean Franklin A. Doty,
English professor John T. Fain,
Leonard Billet, political science
Assistant Professor, and As Associate
sociate Associate Professor Robert C.
Berry of the law school.
Student on the judging panel
are Steve Hull, Alligator editor
and Drex Dobson, ACCENT
magazine and Seminole managing
editor. Winners will be announced
in the first week of December.

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Here This Term Than in Past

By STEVE HULSEY
Alligator Staff Writer
A student wife in Flavet 111 re receives
ceives receives an obscene phone call.
A UF coed, walking through the
wooded area between Mallory and
Broward Halls at night, is con confronted
fronted confronted by a male who exposes
himself and makes obscene re remarks
marks remarks to her.
A male student and his wife
are leaving the Reitz Union one
night. Three coeds are walking
ahead of them.
Three boys stop in front of the
girls and make out-of-the-way
remarks to them. The student
who is with his wife tries to
tell the boys That is no way to
talk to a ladyVand is beaten
up for his valor.
The University Police have
many reports such as these in
their files. There is no establish established
ed established pattern to the incidents, and
no one person seems to be doing
them all.
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tims vietims and witnesses of such in incidents
cidents incidents vary. Usually there is
no description, because the girls
are too frightened to get a good
look at the offender.
Gene Watson, chief inves investigator
tigator investigator for the University Police,
said his department is hindered
in apprehending such offenders
because the victims do not re report
port report the incident immediately.
They usually talk it over with
their roommates, friends, and
resident assistant before report reporting
ing reporting it to us. Sometimes we dont
find out about it until the next
morning, said Watson.
Watson said this school term
has not been unusual in having
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incidents of this type reported.
It goes on all the time,
he said. If anything, there may
be a possible decrease this
term.
Watson said there have been
no physical assaults on girls as
yet.
On the night of August 10,
a coed was grabbed by the arm
while walking in the area between
Mallory and Broward Halls.
The girl broke away and ran
toward the tennis courts. The man
followed her to Radio Road.
Watson said no remarks were

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broke away from the man and
ran before he had a chance to
say anything to her. The girl
called police but they found no
one in the area.
Watson said anyone convicted
of this type of crime is sub subject
ject subject to a fine of up to SSOO
and/or six months in jail.
He said he would advise coeds
to stay away from dark areas
at night, and to travel in pairs
if possible. He said that coeds
should not be apprehensive about
this situation, but that they should
be aware that it exists.



Motorcycle Gangs '/Move' To Florida

By BILL DUNN
Alligator Feature Correspondent
Licentious barbarians on
wheels . brazen libertine
mongrels . monsters that
mean business These are
some of the printable descrip descriptions
tions descriptions of some of the most no notorious
torious notorious gangs in America, the
motorcycle gangs.
Peace Corps
Helps Defer
Induction
The Peace Corps announced
last week it will intervene on be behalf
half behalf of volunteers seeking draft
deferments for two years of over overseas
seas overseas service.
Agency Director Jack Vaughn,
concerned by mounting induction
calls to Volunteers serving over overseas,
seas, overseas, said he will take an active
role in seeking future deferment
cases before the Presidential
Appeal Board the court of last
resort for draft reclassifica reclassifications.
tions. reclassifications.
In the past the agency
performed a largely informa informational
tional informational function advising vol volunteers
unteers volunteers and trainees of Selec Selective
tive Selective Service laws and procedures
and confirming to local boards
the fact of the volunteers
service. N
In future appeals, Vaughn will
write letters to the board des describing
cribing describing the circumstances in each
case and urging board members
to grant a deferment until com completion
pletion completion of the volunteers over overseas
seas overseas tour.
We have a serious situation,
he said. The problem of in induction
duction induction notices to overseas vol volunteers
unteers volunteers is becoming a major con concern
cern concern for us. Pulling a volunteer
off a productive job at mid-tour
is unfair to the nation, the host
country, the Peace Corps and
the individual.
Vaughn said Peace Corps Vol Volunteers
unteers Volunteers have lost about 60 defer deferment
ment deferment appeals before the three threeman
man threeman board in the last six and
one-half years.

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These bands of rebels wno nae
the roads on their chopped hogs
(stripped down cycles) have left
an impact on American commun communities
ities communities that is almost as greasy
as its members.
Last week in Palm Beach
County, an attractive 18-year-old
girl was beaten on the head with
a beer bottle and nailed to a tree
by two hoodlums of the
Outlaws, a gang that has re reportedly
portedly reportedly made Florida a major
base of operation.
Gov. Claude Kirk declared war
on the gangs last week and said
sternly that he would use every
law at his command to get rid of
them.
What type of man joins The
Hells Angels, The Outlaws, The
Coffin Cheaters or The Stray
Satins?
Dr. Lewis Yablonski, a sociol sociologist
ogist sociologist who has studied gang
conduct in our society, claims
Theres a little touch of this in
all of us.
With a curiosity to satisfy and
a weekend to spare, this reporter
headed for St. Petersburg to find
the answers.
On the outskirts of town, off on
a shell-top lane was a simple, tidy
white cottage. A plump bearded
fellow came to the door. I intro introduced
duced introduced myself and spoke of a
mutual friend whod sent me.
Rex first made it clear that he
was no longer associated with any
gang although he had at one time
ridden with The Hells Angels and
The Outlaws.
I inquired first about the phil philosophy
osophy philosophy of the gangs.
Man, we didnt have no written
philosophy, but we just did what
we did with nobody to bug us.
Everything got under your skin,
and thats what we were against
everything. Anything we werent
against, we were for. And they
were all Angels or Outlaws?
He explained that the Angels got
started in Fontana, California.
I think there were a few boys
in that little town who worked
at the steel plant there. They
started the club around 1950, I
think it was.
Rex said that the gangs were not
against any particular group,
race or religion.
We were against all groups,
races and religions. No one in

particular. I take that back. The
cops and us never cut it too
smooth together.
The dark complexioned ex-
Angel offered me a beer. He said
that the gangs actually got started
as motorcycle clubs.
Thats what theyd call it,but
it was more. The whole world
started pinching me. School lost
out. I had to join and ride just for
my kicks. It got in the blood
and that was it.
Membership in the gangs is
extremely exclusive.
I should say so. It was tough,
but they wanted the best. There
were always a lot of stunts youd
have to pull before you could
join . little thefts and stunts
on the other gangs in the area.
Rex said it was necessary for
a prospective Angel to have the
right attitude.
You had to be repulsive. You
had to ride like a pro and tear
down your hog (cycle) and slap it
together like that.
The gangs dont like any ties.
They have no homes that they
would hesitate to leave. Girl Girlfriends
friends Girlfriends and wives had to lead the
same carefree and careless
lives.
Rex went to the closet and
brought out a ragged denim
jacket. He handed it to me.
This here swastika dont
mean that I was a Nazi or nothin
like that. We just liked for them
all to look at us real hard and be
a little afraid.
And this 1 means I rode
with that 1 pbr cent of the gangs
that wasnt run by the cycle
association. This 13 repre represents
sents represents the thirteenth letter of the
alphabet and marijuana.
Rex said he was willing to talk
about the charges against the
motorcycle gangs.
It was the kicks and the power.
I guess the gangs got nothing else
to get their kicks from. They just
got to raise hell. But sometimes
the big gangs get blamed for
everything, even what the hog hogdogger
dogger hogdogger (smaller gangs and prank pranksters)
sters) pranksters) pull off.
Rex told how his gang would
steal a cycle from a kid and
rev the engine till it blew, scat scattering
tering scattering metal all over the ground.
He told of bizarre woods parties

Tuesday, November 28, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

in which clouds of marijuana
smoke, alcohol and cycle ex exhaust
haust exhaust filled the forests.
He talked about the gangs use
of drugs and its habits of sexual
abandon.
Thats a funny thing. I wanted
better things for my old lady (his
wife). I guess it was too much. You
got to havin some wild times.
There was a lot of times like I
was just there watching some of
the crap. Not doing it, just watch watching.
ing. watching.
Youd get yourself to go along
with the rest. But youd start to
hate yourself bad along with
everything else you hated. Thats
a lot to hate at one time.
So Rex pulled out of the gangs
and now he talks about them.
He talks about how Florida is
becoming another California with
the presence of cycle gangs. Rex
came to the state to get away
from his former life.

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The gang, formerly of Dayton,
Ohio, and Crawfordville, Indiana,
is known to be active in Miami,
Tampa, Hialeah and Juno.
Gov. Kirk announced last week
that he had notified sheriffs
offices across the state in cities
through which the gangs would
have to pass to leave the state.
We are going to make living
in Florida so unpleasant, they will
go back home, said Kirk.
But The Outlaws, perhaps the
second largest gang in the
country, are now here in Florida.
Rex knows it.
I couldnt ever go back with
them. I hope they dont want me.
He didnt say why, but it was
obvious that Rex was a kind of
modern-day Dante who has al already
ready already seen his share of hell.

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Page 6

, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 28, 1967

The
Florida Alligator
JSKjMECT To Let The People Know
mi ste l e Jr
J((l Harvey Alper Harold Kennedy
A M&naglno£ditor Executive Editor
Harold Aldrich Bob Padecky
News Editor Sports Editor
Tfee Florida Alligator's official position on Issuss Is expressed
only in the oolomne below. Other material in this issue may
reflect the opinion at the writer or cartoonist and not necessarily
that o t the Florida Alligator unless spedfloally indicated.

Kirks Public Image

Recent reports from
Tallahassee, our aged and
revered state capital, in inform
form inform the electorate that
Gov. Claude Kirk has built
the Florida Development
Commission into a mighty
political force spending'
hundreds of thousands of
dollars to promote the chief
executives image.
Don Pride and Bill M ans ansfield
field ansfield of the St. Petersburg
Times-Miami Herald News
Service have quoted of officials
ficials officials in the governors
office as saying The
Development Commiss Commissions
ions Commissions job is to sell Florida,
and Claude Kirk is
Floridas best salesman.
Wonderful.
The question isnt really
whether or not Claude Kirk
is Floridas best salesman
-- because his election as
governor has proven this
beyond doubt.
Rather, the question is
what is Kirk selling.
Were convinced he isnt
selling Florida, hes sel selling
ling selling Claude Kirk to Am America,
erica, America,
It isnt really any secret
that Claude Kirk would like
to be vice-president of the
United States. But, until
now, it was a rather well

Improve Air Service

We think the Civil Avi Aviation
ation Aviation Board ought to get
on the stick and insure
Gainesville decent air ser service.
vice. service.
Just about everyone who
wants to go somewhere
from Gainesville has to
drive to Imeson Airport in
Jacksonville.
A city of 70,000 people
which has an additional
university population* of
20,000 and more 200,000
people living in the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding area deserves far
better.
Gainesville would like
better air service, is work working
ing working for better air service,
is willing to pay for bet better
ter better air service and isnt
getting any response.
At present we have two
flights daily from Gaines Gainesville

kept secret as to how he
was paying for his
campaign.
A lot of people are of
the opinion that the best
thing which could happen to
Florida would be a kick up upstairs
stairs upstairs -- to the vice presi presidential
dential presidential post -of Claude
Kirk.
We wont comment on
that. \
But, were not about to
keep quiet on Mr. Kirks
method of financing his
campaign. The Florida De Development
velopment Development Commission is
the wrong source.
Mr. Kirk has a history
of running government like
a business -- like a pri private
vate private business. Well, hes
wrong. He was wrong with
Wackenhut (hes still try trying
ing trying to pay for that blooper)
and hes going to be proven
wrong again on his connect connection
ion connection with the Florida De Development
velopment Development Commission.
We urge Gov. Kirk to
keep a more careful eye
on the methods he uses to
finance his personal cam campaigns
paigns campaigns which are shrouded
in public interests.
If .he isnt careful, the
businessman governor is
really going to be getting
the business.

ville Gainesville on Eastern Airlines.
One of the flights goes to
Miami, the other to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville.
Both flights are served
by the relatively antique
Convair 440 airliners.
Southern Airlines has
expressed interest re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly in getting the
Gainesville route and of offering
fering offering better service.
Southern has been sty stymied
mied stymied by the powers that be
in Eastern management.
The truth is that E astern,
which is a major trunk car carrier,
rier, carrier, has no real interest
in Gainesville. Southern
does.
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Either Eastern should be
forced To offer us better
service or they should be
denied the route.

MAGIC PUMPKIN
Vietnam 'Dowk 1
BY HARVEY ALPER

I am not what is popularly called a
dove.* I believe that wars are basic
to man, that there will probably always
bg, some sort of war going on so long
as this planet endures and that if it were
not for nations warring against nations we
would have individuals waging war against
individuals.
No, I'm not a dove."
But, neither am I a true red, white and
blue hawk." I dont believe in war for
the sake of war and I dont believe that
because wars are inevitable they are right
or excuseable. Instead, I regret man is
as low a being as he is, that he must
resort to war and that he lacks the in intelligence
telligence intelligence to live in peace.
Were men better than they are the world
would be at peace.
And so, in my heart, I wish wars would
not exist, that they simply vanished from
the plain of reality as does a bad dream.
But, this is not the case.
And, the realities of the war are a
stark reality to anyone sitting in a news newsroom,
room, newsroom, watching the wire, the unifax or
photofax, and reading the rain of mail from
the boys over there.
Late last week I received a letter from
Lt. Robert Horton, a UF grad and a
former member of the ROTC program here.
Bob was my officer several years back
when I worked on Army ROTCs news newspaper
paper newspaper The Gung-Ho. His letter came from
a place called Pleiku.
Those free citizens of the USA who
picketed Dow Chemical up North really
perturb me beyond end," Bob wrote.
Since Ive been here Ive seen hundreds
(maybe thousands) of Vietnamese kids and
only two have had any napalm burns
they were in excellent health and hung
around an Army sergeant who gave them
food and things as long as they worked
for it. These boys were happy and even
living better lives than they would any
where else (my opinion). Why dont our
loyal citizens protest against the manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers of mortar and artillery shells
they kill and maim many more than napalm
ever has or will in this war? I guess I
cant stand people who talk about things
they dont have adequate knowledge of.
It seems to me, Bob continued, that
too many people forget that Red China
and the USSR intend to rule the world
someday and that their principal enemy
and target is the United States which is

the very country that is fighting today in
Vietnam to keep this from happening.
Who has plans to orbit nuclear weapons?
Thy are not being put there to give astron astronomers
omers astronomers something to look at! What does
Vitenam have to do with orbiting bombs,
etc? The answer, as I see it, it that the
communist world will do what it is allowed
to get away with witness Cuba, Hungary,
Berlin.
Now that the U.S. is in Vietnam it
has to remain in order to be able to
guarantee freedom and security to
dissenters and to all its citizens --this is
the way it looks to me.
Well, my old friend Robert Horton has
some good points. And, thats what makes
it impossible for me to be a true dove"
in the Vietnam controversy.
And, yet, I am against the war in Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam because I think the taking of human
life is wrong, because, as others have said
far better than I, war is futile when viewed
in the broad context of time.
Do we hate Germany and Japan today?
No, we dont. Moreover, we are actually
returning the spoils of the last war against
those who, too, wished to enslave the
world" to the vanquished."
Nevertheless, it would be more than futile,
it would be stupid, to agrue that we should
have abstained from fighting the fascists
in both Germany and Japan.
And so, Im left sort of up in the air --
probably like most Americans who dont
get their radical opinions plastered across
the front pages of newspapers with huge
headlines.
Im a sort of dowk" against war and
for victory in the mess were now engaged
in. Yes General Hershey, Ill go to Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam and I wont like it for a second. I
wont enjoy killing people and I wont
enjoy the chance of dying too young to have
really lived.
But, Ill go because this war must be
won and as far as Im concerned it
had better be won soon. No war is a
success without victory and plenty of us
doVks" are going to need some convincing
real soon if were not be become more
dove than hawk.
Its a real problem, without a solution.
Love of country, disgust with war there is
no real answer. Each man must judge
for himself and no man must be condemned
for his opinion.



Ban C/A, Dow Chemical From UF

MR. EDITOR:
Within the next few months a governmental agency,
founded on the belief that truth will not result from
the free exchange of ideas, but rather from force
and subversion, will come to the campus in an
attempt to recruit future employees.
Since it is althogether conceivable that the Central
Intelligence Agency by doing so will be physically
impeded in its efforts, I think it is quite proper
at this time to debate possible constitutional vio violations
lations violations that might result from such a confrontation
between concerned students and the CIA.
However, before I do so, I would like to propose
to members of the faculty senate that the follow following
ing following request be taken into consideration at its next
meeting. I would like to request of the members
that, the CIA and war-oriented corporations, such
as Dow Chemical Corp., be denied useof the Univer University
sity University of Florida for the purpose of propagandising,
recruitment, and so-called defense activities.
At first glance such a request might seem anti antithetical
thetical antithetical to the basic values of a community of
scholars. In most university communities such as
Stanford, Antioch, and the University of California
(Berkeley division) such a request would, indeed, be
antithetical because these university communities
seek to cherish rather than to deny access to any
person or group because of disagreement with their
ideology. (In this letter I am assuming that the
faculty senate as a constituted body of university

OPEN FORUM:
J\ma ml ViAimt
"There is no hope for the complacent man."
SCHISM BETWEEN RACES
Florida Not Ready
For Negroes Until...

MR. EDITOR: >
I have just finished reading the letter sent to
the Alligator criticizing your article on Negro
discrimination on campus. My reactions fluctuated
between disbelief and nausea at what seemed either
the complete naivete or total unawareness of the
student.
How gracious, Mr. Buchholz, of the University
to allow Florida A & M's band to play at our
homecoming. I'm sure they were invited merely
because they provided good entertainment, and not
because the UF decided to practice Brotherhood
Week.
I will also remind Mr. Buchholz that Negro
entertainers have been requested and applauded
for hundreds of years. How funny this has not
stopped prejudice and stupidity from still existing.
Sammy Davis Jr.s popularity did not seemed to
have helped the Civil Rights' movement or stopped
the lynching parties over the past one hundred
years.
As for Negro students applying for Student
Government if you were one of 80 in a student
population of 20,000, how good a chance would
you have in winning a student election or even
being motivated to attempt such a chance?
As for fraternity and sorority membership, it
is a widely know fact that many social organizat organizations
ions organizations frequently practice discrimination in their
membership choice.

G/s Express Thanks To UF

MR. EDITOR:
DEAR MR. O'CONNELL
We, as a group speaking for
all the men in Vietnam, would
like to convey our thanks to you
and all the other people who made
Homecoming weekend possible
for the three of us.
We were treated with such
great respect and honor that we
cannot find the words to express
our appreciation. We only wish
that the men who are in Viet Vietnam
nam Vietnam right now could have been
there at our side to share the
honor which was bestowed upon

us over the weekend. We feel
as though we owe the University
of Florida more than we could
ever express in this letter.
We give you and the student

Doth Protest Too Much

MR. EDITOR:
Me thinks your reviewer of
Twelfth Night protests too
much. I am very glad I didnt
read his review before we went
to see the play.
My wife and I enjoyed it im immensely.
mensely. immensely. Every word and inflect inflection
ion inflection was as clear as the vacuum

government does not agree with the basic views
held by tne CIA.) Why is Florida different in this
respect from Stanford, Antioch, and Berkeley?
The basic difference arises from the fact that
unlike Stanford, Antioch, and theU-C Berkeley divis division,
ion, division, this university has an orthodox policy against
recognition of such organizations as the
RESISTANCE, STOP THE DRAFT, and (last but
not least) the Students for a Democratic Society.
In coming to an open' university, the CIA, I
believe, should have the right to advocate its be beliefs
liefs beliefs just as should any other organization. After Afterall,
all, Afterall, this is what the Free Speech Movement tried
to establish on the Berkeley campus in 1964.
But in coming to a university community the
CIA has no intention of advocating or engaging in
free speech. (Standard policy of the CIA is that
all interviewees sign an oath not to reveal what
took place in the interview.)
This closed-door method restricts the inter interviewees
viewees interviewees in their right of free speech by compel compelling
ling compelling them to sign the standard CIA oath of allegiance.
Such restrictions on freedom of speech have no
place at a university dedicated to communication
of knowledge and the search for truth.
The situation is further complicated by the fact
that the University of Florida is not an open univer university.
sity. university. In other words this university has gone into
the business of THOUGHT CONTROL by allowing
seme groups to engage in secret advocacy of ideology
(CIA closed-door method) and not allowing others

It is highly difficult for a student of a minority
religion, let alone a different color, to receive
a bid from many such Greek orgainzations. If
this discrimination is not explicitly written down
in their charters (as it was in many cases up
until last year), it is often an unspoken agree agreement
ment agreement that a Negro or Jew will not be welcome
in their fraternity or sorority. True, the IFC
might contract Negroes for entertainment, but not
many IFC members would be willing to contract
a NegrO for a brother.
I myself was witness to the student bodys
non-discrimination this past Frolics. A few
white, male students whose behavior made a
chimpanzee look dignified managed to welcome
Negro students who had come to see the show by
shouting Come on Nigger.
Not only did these two (and I hesitate to say
students) seem to lack any human traits as far
as etiquette and feeling by their disgusting be behavior,
havior, behavior, but their actions were encouraged by
students laughing nearby.
Mr. Buchholz, it was not the Alligators article
that caused a schism between races on this
campus, but rather the ignorance and prejudice
of narrow-minded individuals.
It is hard for Negro students to feel part of
a University that does not seem to want any
part of them.
M. OBERSTEIN, 4ED

body our deepest heartfelt thanks.
STEVE SIZEMORE, HM3, USN
GORDON RAWN, HM2, USN
DENNIS HEROLT, HM2, USN

of space. The characters were
portrayed with the fullest of
meaning in both manner
and speech with minor exception.
Me thinks your reviewer
missed a very entertaining
comedy.
ROGER VICKERY

Tuesday, November 28, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

to engage in free and open discussion of ideas (the
RESISTANCE, SD&, etc.).
If Florida were an open university, it would
find itself engaged in Dialectic Analysis as opposed
to thought control.
The role of the intellectual is to facilitate such
progress with all the intelligence, subjectivity, and
moral courage he can muster. This is how Marx
communicated with the working class, howC. Wright
Mills communicated with fellow sociologists, how
campus radicals communicate with their fellow stu students
dents students despite efforts by the Establish Establishment
ment Establishment and the CIA to co-opt such men and to neutra neutralize
lize neutralize their ideas, despite the obscurantism of many
professors and a few student editors who espouse
one fashionable rationalization or another to justify
their timidity toward oppressive authority.
If the CIA should suddenly acquire democratic
principles and decide that a free market place for
ideas will result in a general acceptance of truth,
then I feel that many members of our academic
fairyland would cherish the chance to help the CIA
obtain an open forum where it might openly debate
its ideology and methods of operation.
Until that sudden acquisition, I feel that this
university should not allow its campus to be pro prostituted
stituted prostituted by this morally depraved outfit of gangsters.
JOEL M.STARKEY

Dont Prosecute
War Protestors
MR. EDITOR:
While sitting in my dorm contemplating the present state of
humanity in general, I formulated several questions for thought
that perhaps your paper can answer.
Why should anti-war protesters be persecuted any more than the
(equallylegitimate) civil rights protesters?

Why can't people these frail
bits of thinking protoplasm
throw off their prejudices and
local, often irrational, loyalities
and form, in time, a strong
international co-ordinating force
to bind nations together and in insure
sure insure peace?
Why can't people repress their
reproductive drive that will
eventually, possibly in the very
near future, drive the world pop population
ulation population far above the world food
production level? And why, if it
can't be done by individuals, can't
it be done by the government?
Why can't a university in the
United States, The Freest of
Nations," stand for almost un unlimited
limited unlimited freedom of expression,
rather than at least a partial
repression of thought in class
and out?
Why do most people assume
the religion of their parents is
THE religion and the religions
of other, equally devout, people
is generally, for some mys mysterious
terious mysterious reason, unequivocally
wrong?
As a minor question, why is it
that the members of the female
sex have worked for, and achiev achieved
ed achieved to a great extent, equality
with men in the United States,
yet under our social system men
still pay for everything from
dates to alimony?
I do not claim to know the
answers to these questions,
though I do have certain ideas
on each subject.
DONALD D. CARTER, lUC

Unproctored Exams
Prompt Cheating?
MR. EDITOR:
An unproctored examination room is an expression of honor and
trust. Yes, but does it work? The majority of students are honest,
but then, some are not the ones that dont care.
There is great emphasis put upon grades and many instructors
curve these grades. The Honor System does not always overcome
the natural aversion to tattle tale; its very easy to look the
other way.
I would not resent an instructors presence during an exam
unproctored rooms simply pave the way for the dishonest few.
PATRICIA BICKERSTAFF, 2UC

Prof. Sawyer
Misses Point
MR. EDITOR:
Prof. Sawyer misses the point.
Academic freedom cannot af afford
ford afford the luxury of off-limit#"
signs. If it could, this univer university
sity university could content itself
memorizing everything manjjwi
has learned to date without
worrying about venturing into un unexplored
explored unexplored cur controversial arena.
This would lead, quite clearly,
to a smoother learning process.
But then again, so was the Dark
Ages.
Prof. Sawyer makes a second
grave error. He treats reason"
as distinct and opposed to
force". By his own arguments,
it is easily seen that since Ti Tigert
gert Tigert Hall chooses to operate on
the principle of the latter, the
former is quite obviously remiss.
Power and reason and not in incompatible.
compatible. incompatible. Indeed, power is of often
ten often the logical extension of rea reason.
son. reason.
It is clear that if our fore forefathers
fathers forefathers had been as quick as
Prof. Sawyer to separate power
from reason, we would still be
sending statesmen to England
to chat with Parliament about
getting rid of that damn stamp
tax.
JOHN PARKER, JR.

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GATOR CLASSIFIEDS

for sale |
STUDENT GOING HOME must
sell: PERSIAN RUG, hand made
Silver Items, jewelry, etc. Mens
bicycle. Call 378-1024. 5-10p.m.
(A-40-st-p'>
1962 ALLSTATE VESPA, wind windshield,
shield, windshield, tag and buddy seat, good
condition, S9O; also 8 week old
Solex, original cost SIBO. Price
now $l2O. 376-8122. (A-42-3t-p)
1966 TRIUMPH 500 cc Motor Motorcycle.
cycle. Motorcycle. Excellent condition with
ver low mileage. MUST SELL.
Now only $650 or best offer.
Call 378-5443 LATE NIGHTS. (A (A---42-3t-p)
--42-3t-p) (A---42-3t-p)
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES PUPPIES-3
-3 PUPPIES-3 males and 3 females left. Both
only SSO. Just in time for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Gifts. Call 378-5443 LATE
NIGHTS. (A-42-3t-p)
40 x 8 TRAILER for sale with
large 9 x 22 cabana, carpeted,
pot bellied stove. $1,500. Call
Betty 378-4578. (A-42-st-p)
FOR SALE: U. of F. Concession.
Great profit potential. S3OO cash,
balance may be financed. Final
price open. Call 378-8867, 6:30-
7:30 p.m. (A-43-st-p)
'64 BMW motorcycle R-50 in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Must sell be before
fore before Christmas. Call 481-2307!
(A-42- st-p)
1966 TRIUMPH 650, 4400 miles,
S7OO in. extras. S9OO Call 378-
3448. (A-43-3t-p)
2 bedroom 45 x 10 almost new
trailer, air conditioned, TV, fur furnished.
nished. furnished. $3,500.00 terms to re reliable
liable reliable party, discount for cash.
Lot 18 Paradise Trailer Park,
4546 NW 13th St. If owner not
home, see Schlagcheck across
street. (A-45-2t-p)
WHITE GERMAN SHEPHERD
Puppies. AKC registered, excel excellent
lent excellent blook line, 9 weeks old.
SIOO each. Call 376-0084. (A (A---45-2t-p)
--45-2t-p) (A---45-2t-p)
WEDDING GOWN AND accessor accessories,
ies, accessories, S7O. Bridesmade dress, $25.
White formal and accessories,
SSO. All size 5. Half price. 378-
7463 anytime. (A-45-3t-p)
8 x 37 TRAILER FOR SALE:
2 bedrooms, new appliances and
many new furnishings. Excellent
condition. $1,400. Call Jerry.
372-5848. (A-45-3t-p)
YAMAHA 1965, 55 cc, complete completely
ly completely overhauled. $125. Phone 376-
2875 after 5. (A-45-3t-p)
for rent
THREE NEW MODERN two bed bedroom
room bedroom furnished apartments.
Available immediately. Owner
will rent for S7O per month un until
til until January 1. Rent after Janu January,
ary, January, $l4O per month. Call Ernest
Tew Realty, Inc. 376-6461. (B (B---41-st-c)
--41-st-c) (B---41-st-c)
SPLIT LEVEL Large one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment to sublet. Air
conditioned, furnitured, washer
inside apartment. Close to cam campus.
pus. campus. Call anytime, 378-3025. (B (B---41-st-p)
--41-st-p) (B---41-st-p)
TO SUBLET, near campus, large
two bedroom, fully air condit conditioned
ioned conditioned plus heated, furnished
apartment. Phone 376-1802,1616
NW 3rd. Avenue. (B-43-3t-p)

| for rent |
FOR RENT: one bedroom garage
apartment, private entrance and
bath. Quiet neighborhood. Prefer
upper classman or Graduate stu student.
dent. student. $ 40/month. Call 372-7644
evenings after 7 p.m. 2213 NW
7th Lane. (B-43- st-p)
WHERE IS HOME NEXT QUAR QUARTER?
TER? QUARTER? Just a short distance off
campus is Georgia Seagle Hall
Mens Cooperative (1002 West
University Avenue). Three good
meals a day, shared duties, or organized
ganized organized discussions, and a stress
on academic achievement. (Grad
Students Welcome). Opportun Opportunities
ities Opportunities for social and leadership
experience s22o per quarter--
terms arranged. Call Resident
Director for information and per personal
sonal personal interview at 376-2476. (B (B---43-st-p)
--43-st-p) (B---43-st-p)
FOR RENT: One bedroom apt.
starting January June in Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Garden Apts. Call 378-
,8407. (B-43-st-p)
- '
SUB-LET one bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Jan.-Aug. Furnished.
Frederick Garden Apartments.
Call 372-7555. (B-42-6t-c)
wanted
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted:
for apartment behind VA. Move
in December 15 or next quar quarter.
ter. quarter. $39.75/month plus utilities.
378-8604. Yvette. (C-43-st-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted.
Williamsberg Apts. Prefer med medical
ical medical or nursing student. Laundry
room and pool. SSO per month.
378-6748. (C-43-3t-p)
J-
ONE FEMALE coed wanted to
live at Landmark Apartments
preferably between January,6B
August, 6B. Call 378-6494. (C (C---42-st-p)
--42-st-p) (C---42-st-p)
MALE ROOMMATE wanted air
conditioned apartment near M ec j
Center. S4O/month. Available
January 7. 376-8133. (C-42-5t-
P)
ROOMMATE wanted to
share quiet, comfortable trailer
for winter and spring quarters.
Must be reasonably serious seriousminded
minded seriousminded and sober, and have
transportation. s2o/month plus
1/2 groceries and utilities. In Inquire
quire Inquire any evening at lot 36,
Shady Nook Trailer Park, 3101
SW 34th Street. (C-43-3t-p)
I WANT TO BUY one Photo en enlarger.
larger. enlarger. Must be in reasonable
condition. Also interested in
other photo equipment. Call Tom
Titus 372-9410. (C-43-2t-p)
POETRY WANTED for coopera cooperative
tive cooperative Antholgy. Include stamped
self-addressed envelope. Idle Idlewild
wild Idlewild Publisners, Frederick, San
Francisco, California 94117. (C (C---
--- (C--- 12t-p)
WANTED: Male roommate for
winter quarter or rest of year
in Summit House apartment. Air Airconditioned,
conditioned, Airconditioned, and centrally heat heated.
ed. heated. $38.25/month plus utilities.
378-8806. (C-45-9t-p)
THREE MALE GRADUATE stu students
dents students need a fourth roommate
for their Village Park apartment.
Call 378-1153 about 6 p.m. (C (C---45-2t-p)
--45-2t-p) (C---45-2t-p)
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted:
Winter Quarter, S3B per month,
Spring Quarter S3O per month.
Two blocks from campus. Call
378-7140. (C-45-st-p)

, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 28, 1967

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help wanted
PART TIME Secretary Wanted,
presentable, unmarried young
lady (may be student). Speed
typing. Shorthand preferred, but
not required. Contact Brad Cul Culverhouse.
verhouse. Culverhouse. 372-2211. (E-37-13t (E-37-13tPART-TIME
PART-TIME (E-37-13tPART-TIME help. Need male
student experienced in fitting and
selling mens suits, slacks,
sports coats, etc. Excellent
working conditions, discount and
other benefits. Apply Wilson De Department
partment Department Stores, Inc. (E-41-st-c)
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
has vacancies for qualified full fulltime
time fulltime clerks, secretaries and typ typists.
ists. typists. Good starting salaries plus
paid vacations and other fringe
benefits. Equal opportunity
employer. Come to or call the
Central Employment Office,
Building E, Ext. 2645 to sched schedule
ule schedule tests and interview. (E-42-
tf-nc)
MARY POP PINS-TYPE for part
time child care. Would prefer
student wife with own transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Call 372-7822. (E (E---39-lt-c)
--39-lt-c) (E---39-lt-c)
-
PART TIME real estate sales salesman
man salesman needed for staffing model
homes. Minimum hours. Max Maximum
imum Maximum pay. Call 376-7971 9a.m.-
5 p.m. (E-43-st-p)
WANTED: Bookkeeper. Due to
transfer of husband, we will lose
our bookkeeper on Dec. 3. This
position is open. Interested per persons
sons persons shall apply in person to
Scruggs, Carmichael and Tom Tomlinson.
linson. Tomlinson. 3 SE First Ave., Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Telephone 376-5242. Age,
experience and permanency wil
be factors in making this appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. (E-45-4t-c)
I autos
1950 WILLYS Overland Wagon,
new tires and paint. Two wheel
drive with overdrive. Good con condition.
dition. condition. $250. 378-6894., (G-43-
3t-p)
1964 CORVETTE -- Purr-feet
condition, 4 speed, both' tops,
power steering, brakes and win windows,
dows, windows, AM-FM radio. $2,350. Call
Ocala 622-3903. (G-42-3t-p)
I S | 378 2414
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  • 1965 CORVETTE STINGRAY
    Excellent condition, has every
    possible extra -two tops, air
    conditioned, power steering, win windows,
    dows, windows, brakes, antenna, AM-FM
    radio, posi-traction, 327/350,
    blue streak tires. $3,200 firm.
    Call 378-5443 LATE NIGHTS or
    write Box 546 Med Center. (G (G---
    --- (G--- 3t-p)
    BUICK INVICTA, 1959, power
    steering, power brakes, radio,
    heater, needs paint, $200; two
    14-7.50 blackwall tubleless tires,
    sls; call 378-7954. (G-45-2t-p)
    personal
    BAHAMA ISLAND Xmas Cruise.
    The 100 foot luxury yacht VAGA VAGABONDIA
    BONDIA VAGABONDIA II is now available for
    charter over Xmas Holidays. 10
    double staterooms, private baths,
    bar facilities, water skiing,fish skiing,fishing,
    ing, skiing,fishing, etc. Cost is approximately
    $25 per day per person, meals
    included. Will Island Hop
    throughout the Bahamas Islands.
    Call 376-4019 to write P.0.80x
    13926, Gainesville, Florida. (J (J---41-st-p)
    --41-st-p) (J---41-st-p)
    ARE YOU TIRED OF YOUR OWN
    HOME COOKING? Do you want
    to live (room & board) for $220
    a quarter? Georgia Seagle Mens
    Cooperative is looking for you!
    Three good meals a day, shared
    duties, stress on academic
    achievement, opportunities for
    social and leadership experience.
    (Grad Students Welcome). Call
    Resident Director for informat information
    ion information and personal interview at
    376-2476. (J-43-st-p)
    THE THRILL COMES SOONER
    at the GATOR GROOMER where
    friends meet, romance blooms
    and LOVE DOES PREVAIL. (J (J---45-lOt-p)
    --45-lOt-p) (J---45-lOt-p)
    Last Times A
    (3 -5 -7:05 -9:10 Y
    > The passion of Phaedra .. ' 'J S
    S who at the same moment embraced her love
    C and her destruction
    /melina anthony\>
    MERCOURI PERKINS 1
    and IV
    VftLLONE, a f V '' e "' d ;r ma \
    JULES of profane love J
    DASSINS >
    PRODUCTION OF PHAEDRA ij
    DISTRIBUTED BY 10PERT PICTURES CORPORATION / T

    personal
    WOULD THE PERSON or persons
    with any information concerning
    the fight that occurred at the
    football game (East Stands,*S.E.
    corner, Row 12) Please call 376-
    9094 or 376-3505. Your assis assistance
    tance assistance will be greatly appreciated.
    (J-45-2t-p)
    YACHT PARTY 100 foot luxury
    yacht chartered for UF-UM Game
    weekend. 10 double staterooms,
    private baths and showers,
    stereo, large bar, lots of
    Party room. Cost about $25/
    person for weekend plus meals.
    Call 376-4019. (J-41-st-p)
    lost-found
    FOUND: male dog resembling
    miniature greyhound. Call 378-
    3484. (L-43- 3t-nc)
    LOST: Brown Briefcase along
    13th Street or Archer Road. Con Contains
    tains Contains papers, etc Call Don
    372-5182 Please Return. Re- ~
    ward offered. (L-42-3t-p)
    LOST: Two black hair falls in
    bandana. Want them back des desperately.
    perately. desperately. Leave message for Lee
    King, 221 Yulee, 372-9166. Re Reward.
    ward. Reward. (L-42-3t-p)
    services
    ALTERNATORS GENERATORS
    STARTERS Electrical systems
    tested repairs. Auto Electric
    Service 603 SE Second St.
    378-7330. (N-36-ts-c)
    I Dirtiw Wwwlfc |
    1 111 W Ilw. |
    at 1:30-4:50-8:15
    other days 1:30-
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    AT HIS BEST!
    NY. TIMES
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    2:35-4:51-7:07-9:23
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    0F THE BEST
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    ISIEWMaiM
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    NATIONAL OFFICERS
    UFs Dale Mabry Squadron of the Arnold
    Air Society has been chosen the 1967-68
    National Headquarters and will host the April
    National Conclave to be held in New York City.
    As part of this honor, it also chooses the new
    national officers.

    Dorm Counselors Help
    Students With Problems

    By CHARLES ROBERTSON
    Alligator Correspondent
    You name it, we handle it,
    says Robert Mcride, head coun counselor
    selor counselor of Tolbert Area.
    Counselors are available to
    students in all housing areas
    on the UF campus.
    All of the full time counselors
    have completed work on their
    masters degree and some are
    working on a Ph.d. Other have
    already gained a Ph.d.
    We try to help them find who
    they are, said Mcride, with
    relationship to their families,
    their peers, and the rest of the
    world.
    Some of the problems handled
    by area counselors include aca academic,
    demic, academic, vocational, and personal
    problems.
    I counsel mostly freshmen,
    said William Bosbybell, area
    counselor in Murphree Area,
    and most of their problems are
    dealing with adjusting to campus
    life.
    Quite a few of them have
    trouble studying, said Bos Bosbybell,
    bybell, Bosbybell, who is also an ordained
    Episcopal minister, while some
    need to be advised about vocation vocational
    al vocational matters.
    I may lead a student in the
    right direction, he explained,
    but I leave the ultimate
    solution of the problem to him.
    I am sure, however, Bos Bosbybell
    bybell Bosbybell added, that all counsel counselors
    ors counselors have a different method of
    problem solving.
    Some of the personal problems
    suffered by students who have
    been counseled include lonliness,
    dating problems, problems of is isolation,
    olation, isolation, and conflicts with room roommates.
    mates. roommates.
    A
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    II ADS 1
    Jy SELL \

    I find many students who are
    troubled about their own
    identity, said Bosbybell.
    Students with emotional pro problems
    blems problems more serious than the area
    counselors feel they can handle
    are sent to either the mental
    health center or the counseling
    center.
    In Graham Area, a program of
    routine counseling is being
    instituted. All area residents will
    be interviewed and informed of
    the counseling services available
    to them.
    Besides counseling, area coun counselors

    Guess
    who forgot
    his MoDoz
    As Rip Van Winkle failed to learn/theres a time and a place for sleeping. If you find
    yourself nodding off at the wrong time or in the wrong place, reach for your NoDoz.
    (You do carry some with you at all times, dont you?) A couple of --imawmmmm.
    NoDoz and youre with it again. And NoDoz is non habit-forming.
    NoDoz. When you can't be caught napping.
    THE ONE TO TAKE WHEN YOU HAVE TO STAY ALERT. 1 f

    Folk Dancers
    Meet Weekly
    Whirl in a circle. Step lively;
    kick high. Collapse to a tempestu tempestuous
    ous tempestuous Zorba the Greek.
    For a person with energy to
    spare, a love of dance,and a knack
    for fun, the Folk Dancing Club is
    just the ticket.
    Recently organized under the
    auspices of the Intramurals De Department,
    partment, Department, the Folk Dancing Club
    is open to pro or beginning
    dancers interested in folk dances
    of Greece, Israel, Sweden, Den Denmark,
    mark, Denmark, Yugoslavia, and many
    other countries.
    Unlike the traditional square
    formation of American square
    dancing, most folk dances are
    done in a line dance which forms
    a circle as the dance proceeds.
    Meetings are held every Wed Wednesday
    nesday Wednesday night from 8-10, room
    214, Florida Gym. Further in information
    formation information may be obtained by
    contacting the Department of
    Intramurals, room 227 of the
    gym.

    selors counselors are active in other areas
    of housing.
    In Tolbert Area, research is
    being done of segregation of
    freshman students.
    The area counselors also spon sponsor
    sor sponsor showings of vocational films
    and invite speakers to the various
    areas to talk on subjects of vo vocational,
    cational, vocational, academic or general
    interest to the students.
    The area counselors work in
    close cooperation with the read reading
    ing reading clinic, mental health center
    and the counseling center.

    CAMPUS
    LIVING

    Tuesday, November 28, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

    Liquor Sales Low
    When Gators Lose

    By JIM VANLOOVEN
    Alligator Correspondent
    If the Gators win almost every everybody
    body everybody is -happy; especially local
    liquor store managers.
    When the Gators win, sales
    are really up, but when they lose,
    everybody seems to lose their
    thirst,said a local manager.
    According to the manager
    of one of the liquor stores, about
    one-third of the usual inventory
    is increased to meet the needs
    of his customers.
    In figures, this amounts to
    about $20,000 more sales than
    there normally would be.
    We usually carry about
    $50,000 in our inventory, but for
    the UJ 1 Homecoming we increased
    it to about $70,000, said the
    manager.
    When asked if he knew of an
    increase in the number of state
    beverage agents in town over
    the Homecoming Weekend, the
    manager replied, No.
    However, he did say that local
    beverage agents try to help the
    people under 21 who are caught
    buying alcoholic beverages
    understand the seriousness of
    their offense.
    Some agents will really try
    to throw the book at a kid who
    gets caught buying liquor illegal illegally,
    ly, illegally, but the ones who come in

    here try to help the kid by talk talking
    ing talking to him and taking away his
    fake ID, commented the man manager.
    ager. manager.
    The most popular bar drink in
    Gainesville seems to be the Sing Singapore
    apore Singapore Sling, a mixture of lemon
    juice, powdered sugar, dry gin,
    cherry flavored brandy, and car carbonated
    bonated carbonated water.
    The largest selling drink of
    them all is rum, said the mana manager.
    ger. manager. I guess it's because it
    is a mens' and a ladies drink,
    he said.
    Hitler Film
    1
    To Be Shown
    Triumph Os The Will, a doc documentary
    umentary documentary film made by the Nazi
    party to introduce Hitler to the
    world will be shown again to tonight
    night tonight at 9:15 in the Reitz Union
    following films of the UF-FSU
    game.
    For extra extracurricular
    curricular extracurricular
    activities.
    BRITO&I
    STERLING
    So fine a gift,
    its even sold
    in jewelry stores.
    After shave
    from $3.50.
    Cologne
    from $5.00. j
    Essential oils Imported from Great Britain.
    Compounded in U.S.A.

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    Page 10

    i, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, November 28, 1967

    'Triumph
    By DANIEL BERMAN
    Guest Reviewer

    Everyone has heard of the use
    made of propaganda by the Nazis
    to manipulate the German people;
    few have seen examples of it.
    Triumph of the Will is an op opportunity
    portunity opportunity not to be missed.
    Story has it that one of the first
    things done by Propaganda Min Minister
    ister Minister Goebbels upon Hitlers rise
    to power in 1933 was to assemble
    the heads of the German studios
    and show them a copy of Potemp Potempkin,
    kin, Potempkin, the director Eisensteins
    violent document of the Russian
    Revolution.
    Afterwards Goebbels an announced,
    nounced, announced, Gentlemen, that is an
    idea of what I want from you!
    The first result of this ultimatum
    was Triumph of the Will.
    Hitler personally suggested
    this movie ostensibly to docu document
    ment document the Party Convention of 1934
    at Nuremberg. It was produced
    by Leni Riefenstahl, a second secondrate
    rate secondrate actress turned director who
    was often found in the company of
    the Furher.
    The Nuremberg Convention
    was of great propaganda import importance
    ance importance for it was to demonstrate
    popular support for the Third
    Reich in the first year of its
    Thousand Year Reign. No ex expense
    pense expense was spared. Riefenstahl
    had at her command some thirty
    cameras and a staff of 120 people.
    In actuality the convention was
    staged in large part for the
    camera.
    Resembling a Cecille B. De-
    Mille biblical spectacular, the
    cheering masses were not quite
    as spontaneous as they appeared.
    Not so much a truthful demon demonstration
    stration demonstration of support, but a means
    for getting it, Triumph of the
    Will was shown intensively
    throughout Germany and abroad.
    The trick of good propaganda
    is, of course, to convince people
    of some point of view without
    their knowing it. To do this, one
    must lull the individual's rational
    defenses while playing on his
    emotional desires and needs.
    Triumph of the Will accomplishes
    this with finesse. Being composed
    entirely of footage shot in the
    style of the candid news-reel, it
    pretends to reveal the unvarn unvarnished
    ished unvarnished truth of things as they
    actually happened. Having been
    falsely assured of the films
    documentary honesty the viewer
    is slowly attracted by it non nonrational
    rational nonrational appeal. Torchlight par parades,
    ades, parades, mass rallies, impassioned
    speeches and endless shots of the
    multitudes slanting the God-like
    Further, all encourage the spec spectator
    tator spectator to fuse his identity with the
    collective will of people.
    One of the most striking
    symbols in the film is the open opening
    ing opening sequence in which Hitler,
    flying in his airplane through
    majestic cloud formations,

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    hovers over the city of Nurem Nuremberg
    berg Nuremberg like an Aryan God of
    antiquity making ready his des descent
    cent descent to earth. Impressive also
    the use made of editing. For by
    selecting only the most impress impressive
    ive impressive bits of news-reel truth
    taken at Nuremberg, and combin combining
    ing combining them in a dramatic fashion,
    the director Riefenstahl suc succeeded
    ceeded succeeded in creating a super superhuman,
    human, superhuman, other-worldly study of
    Fascist power.

    Computers Break,
    Students Bubble

    By DUFFY
    Alligator Feature Writer
    8
    Double, Double, toil and trouble,
    Computer breaks and students
    bubble:"
    The new rules for privileged
    are as follows:
    Forge your advisor's signa signature
    ture signature to the card.
    Walk, run, shuffle, scurry, or
    fly over to Tigert and see what
    courses are open or closed (no
    other choice.)
    Read your guidebook to see
    what classes youll need.
    If all courses are closed or
    you have major conflicts, come
    back for the Spring Quarter.

    Whats NEW at the
    BOOKSTORE*?
    CAPITALISM: THE UNKNOWN IDEAL
    AYN RAND
    L S D ON CAMPUS YOUNG AND HIXSON
    THE NEW HAMBURGER COOKBOOK
    METTJA ROATS
    PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY
    NEUMANN AND PIERSON
    WHOS AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
    EDWARD ALBEE
    WITH KENNEDY PIERRE SALINGER
    A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE
    TENNESSE WILLIAMS
    HANDBOOK OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
    H.B. MAYNARD
    DEATH OF A SALESMAN ARTHUR MILLER
    FOUR BOOKS BY J.D. SALINGER
    J.D. SALINGER
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    Band Formations Take
    Practice, Preciseness

    By BILL RILEY
    Alligator Staff Writer
    The next time you watch the
    Gator Band perform, take a stop
    watch with you.
    We take 196 people onto the
    field, play a fanfare, march 40
    yards while playing Orange and
    Blue' and stop cold. This takes
    place in one minute and forty
    seconds. Thats more than 2 1/2
    steps per second, which is fast
    as we can go and still play,
    said Robert E. Foster, assistant
    director of the bard.
    At the Georgia game our
    program was slated to last six

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    minutes and 10 seconds. We fin finished
    ished finished four seconds early, which
    isn't very much in a production
    of eight formations, Foster ex explained.
    plained. explained.
    The band practices its for formations
    mations formations on a field marked off
    the same as a football field.
    All our formations are in
    relation to the markings on the
    field and we practice accordingly.
    Formations must be made with
    the viewer's perspective in mind.
    A perfect circle formed on afield
    will appear as an oval to people
    in the stands. We have to make
    and oval that will appear as a
    circle, he said.
    The length of any show we
    put on is determined by the
    amount of time we get to
    practice, said Foster. FSU
    usually practices seven hours a
    week, while we have to settle for
    an average of three to four a
    week. It makes abigdifference.

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    Each formation the band uses
    is preceded by a lot of planning.
    An idea for a formation is
    sketched out, then moved to a
    board representing a football
    field where minature figures of
    bandsmen are placed. If every everything
    thing everything worksoutthere.it is placed
    on paper and a copy of the plan
    is given each band member.
    "Everyone knows where he has
    to be at a certain time in relation
    to the music," explained Foster.
    The band gets ideas for themes
    from holidays that are near or
    from opponents names or
    mascots.
    The Kentucky game is on
    Alumni Appreciation Day and
    well work around that as a
    theme. Famous landmarks from
    around the world will be pre presented
    sented presented to honor alumni overseas.
    One of these will be an exact
    replica to scale of the Wat Po
    pagoda from Thailand. A visiting
    alumnus gave us the idea for that
    one, he said.



    Florida Field Painted
    White With 26 Gallons

    By CAROL RHYNE
    Alligator Correspondent
    Twenty-six gallons of paint are
    sprayed on the turf of Florida
    Field for each home football
    game.
    The paint is used to decorate
    the end zone and to mark the
    yard lines on the field, accord according
    ing according to T. H. Waters, Jr., athletic
    department maintenance super supervisor.
    visor. supervisor.
    Two days are spent painting by
    the maintenance men in prepara preparation
    tion preparation of a game, said Waters, who
    Baseball Goes
    With Fall?
    By JAKE SCHICKEL
    Alligator Correspondent
    Fall is an unusual time to
    play baseball but if football is
    played in the spring, why cant
    baseball be played in the Fall?
    Frosh coach P. A. Lee ex explained
    plained explained it by saying that the
    keen competition in the SEC fall
    practice is almost imperative.
    He further stated, Fall prac practice
    tice practice at UF is used to screen in incoming
    coming incoming freshman. Any freshman
    is welcome to try out for the
    team, and the Varsity help in
    this and in giving drills to the
    Freshmen.
    We then split up the boys
    and have a number of games.
    This gives the Varsity a chance
    to tune up and be ready when
    practice starts in the spring.
    Varsity coach Dave Fuller be believes
    lieves believes in a baseball team that
    hustles and goes for a run when whenever
    ever whenever the opportunity appears. He
    likes the idea of fall practice
    because the boys coach and man manage
    age manage their own teams.
    This way, Fuller said, the
    boys realize more about the game
    and will take a chance if it means
    scoring a run and maybe win winning
    ning winning a ball game.
    Fuller likes a ball team that
    can run but must rely more on
    the big inning this year.
    Also getting praise was the
    freshmen team.
    This is the best Freshman
    team I have seen in quite a while
    here at UF, said Lee.
    Pete Alfieri and Jim Dobies
    will lead the Baby Gators into
    their 24-game schedule against
    several of the best Junior Col College
    lege College teams in the nation. Lee
    said the pitching will be the
    strongest part of the team, with
    Larry Sheffield, Tom Pritchard,
    Chris Johnson and Dave Thomas Thomasdoing
    doing Thomasdoing the throwing.

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    has worked for almost 18 years
    with the athletic maintenance de department.
    partment. department. On Thursday, six men
    spray paint the white background
    of the two end zones which are
    30 feet wide.
    On Friday, the same men spray
    the 17 feet tall blue letters spel spelling
    ling spelling Florida Gators and place
    the yard line marks in white.
    The goal line is painted gold,
    he explained.
    The field is completely mea measured
    sured measured and marked-off only once
    a year, the supervisor said.
    Waters noted, however, that
    bottle caps are placed on the yard
    lines to mark them.
    The paint sprayed on the field
    is visible through the grass on
    the ground after the first game,
    Waters explained.
    Painting Florida Gators in the
    end zone began only five years
    ago when a man from Crystal
    River drew the first plan, Waters
    said. ;The same measurements
    are still being used by the ath athletic
    letic athletic department maintenance
    men.
    Before that, we put diagonal
    lines across the end zone, the
    supervisor said.
    The white background with blue
    letters has become traditional,
    Waters .explained.
    We tried the orange back background
    ground background and it was too dull, he
    said.
    I
    The paint will not come off
    on a football uniform, because it
    is a water base paint, the super supervisor
    visor supervisor said.
    o
    In the process of painting the
    end zone, the words should be
    more definite than the back background,he
    ground,he background,he said.
    To make distinct letters, a
    board is placed on the straight
    sides of the letters when they
    are painting both the background
    and the letters to be sure that
    no mistakes are made, Waters
    commented.
    In speaking about his depart department,
    ment, department, Waters commented that
    UFs Heisman Trophy winner
    Steve Spurrier worked one sum summer
    mer summer with the department.
    Waters does feel a special part
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    I havent missed a home game
    in 17 years,he boasted.

    UFs Football Schedule
    Very Taxing: Giordano

    By VIC HOLLANDER
    Alligator Correspondent
    Any normal person would go
    crazy under our football
    schedule, said Don Giordano,
    UFs defensive captain.
    The only time anybody has
    time to himself is Sunday after-
    Beban,Johnson
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    NEW YORK (UPI) Quarter Quarterback
    back Quarterback Gary Beban of UCLA and
    center Bob Johnson of Tennes Tennessee,
    see, Tennessee, a pair of potential All-
    Americas, were among the 13
    college seniors named Monday by
    the National Football Foundat Foundation
    ion Foundation and Hall of Fame as scholar scholarathletes
    athletes scholarathletes for 1967.
    Joining Beban and Johnson in
    qualifying for SSOO National Foot Football
    ball Football Foundation fellowships were:
    linebacker Tom Lawhorne of
    Georgia; halfback Bill Eastman
    of Georgia Teqh; tackle Steve
    Warren of North Carolina State;
    end Barry Furst of Ohio Wes Wesleyan;
    leyan; Wesleyan; fullback John Root of Stan Stanford;
    ford; Stanford; quarterback Keith Miles of
    Trinity Conn.; quarterback John
    Scovell of Texas Tech; linebacker
    Bud Neswiacheny of Army; tail tailback
    back tailback Bob Weber of Princeton;
    guard Alan Bersin of Harvard,
    and guard John McCarthy of Yale.

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    SPORTS

    Tuesday, November 28, 1967, The Florida Alligator,

    noon, said Giordano.
    Giordano explained that the
    varsity football team has a rig rigorous
    orous rigorous schedule all week long be before
    fore before each game. From about
    9:00 a.m. a player goes to class.
    He returns for lunch around noon
    and then back to class. No play player
    er player is supposed to have a class
    after 2:30 p.m.
    From 3:00-3:30 p.m. the play players
    ers players watch films of the upcoming
    opposing team (five fil ms a week.)
    Practice starts at 4:00 and will
    run usually til 6:30p.m. The team
    has dinner til 7:00 and then the
    tutoring sessions begin, and end
    around 9:00.
    Unlike most people think we
    dont get questions on exams be before
    fore before hand. But, if we need help
    in studying we can get tutored,
    said Giordano.
    From 9:00-11:30 p.m. we can
    do anything we want. Actually,
    out of a 24-hour period we have
    about two hours to ourselves. Its
    rough, but its worth it, added
    Giordano.
    Curfew for the Florida Gators
    is 11:30 p.m. Monday through
    Thursday. Friday night they have
    to be in their rooms by 10:30.
    Saturday night curfew is 1:30 p.m.
    The coaches do enforce
    curfew . Wages knows. They

    check the halls every night,
    said Girodano.
    Sunday Is the day of rest
    for us. But around 8:00 p.m. we
    watch movies of the game the
    day before. We're graded on how
    well we played.
    A grade of 1 is given for
    making a block or tackle and
    0 for failing. We wont even
    talk about the LSU game, re remarked
    marked remarked Giordano.
    But, when a team is together
    so much they become a big family.
    Were all close friends and will
    be for the rest of our lives,
    added Giordano.
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    I, The Florid* All Inter, Tuesday, November 28, 1867

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    With the whole Seminole defense lacing poor skinny Larry Rentz (10), its
    not hard to believe why the Girls were so good. (Photo by Nick Arroyo).

    Penn State Scout
    Liked Smith, Rentz
    By JEFF DENKEWALTER
    Alligator Sports Writer
    One of the busier men in the Florida Field press box during
    Saturday's UF-FSU football clash was Penn State scout J. T.
    White.
    White was scouting both UF and FSU as possible Gator Bowl
    opponents for Penn State. He also admitted to keeping an ear peeled
    for the Penn State-Pittsburgh score.
    Penn State blasted Pitt by a 42-6 count while the Seminoles
    nipped the Gators 21-16. Penn State and FSU will meet in the
    Gator Bowl Game in Jacksonville on Dec. 30.
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    both teams.
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    Kim Hammond is as good a passer as UCLAs Gary Beban
    whom we faced earlier this year, stated White. And I have
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